Featured: Outsider leverage and accessibility
Over the years, Marcy Sutton has noticed that being an “outsider” can have a different kind of impact for accessibility.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- AudioEye sues AccessiBe for patent infringement (blog post – lflegal.com)
- A WCAG overview — Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 and 2.0 explained (video – youtube.com)
- alt attributes like paragraphs (blog post – daverupert.com)
- Color choices that are accessible (blog post – blog.adobe.com)
- Writing even more CSS with accessibility in mind, part 1: Progressive enhancement (blog post – matuzo.at)
- Styling for Windows high contrast with new standards for forced colors (blog post – blogs.windows.com/msedgedevm)
- Eleventy and Vue, a match made to power Netlify.com (blog post – netlify.com)
- It’s time to rethink the language of accessibility. And to imagine a more equal world (blog post – time.com)
New to A11y?
Martin Underhill writes about how when design breaks semantics. You may have seen this debate before all about whether links can look like buttons and vice versa. Well, if not, give this a read. It’s good to ponder.
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